Cary Grant: North by Northwest (1962)
A clean-cut classic, cut by Kilgour French & Stanbury of Savile Row, makes this Grant’s most stylish appearance.
Robert Redford: The Great Gatsby (1974)
Redford sports a series of sublime suits in the film, of which this dandified pink number with lavish waistcoat, is the best.
Steve McQueen: The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)
Cinema’s other great plaid suit, matched with blue Persol shades for the ultimate playboy bank robber look.
Marcello Mastroianni: 8½ (1963)
The dashing Mastroianni was the epitome of paired-down Italian sartorial cool as a filmmaker in Fellini’s avant-garde classic.